design-is-fine:

Josef Albers, paper folding at the Black Mountain College, 1940s. Spatial movement, a lesson he was also teaching at the bauhaus. Source

design-is-fine:

Josef Albers, paper folding at the Black Mountain College, 1940s. Spatial movement, a lesson he was also teaching at the bauhaus. Source

ryanestradadotcom:

Learn To Read Russian in 15 Minutes! I did this one with my fabulous guest writer Peter Starr Northrop, aka bilgeathresh! If you want me to make these dang comics more often, visit my Patreon!

(via collegehumor)

dynamoe:

To entice people to move to the arctic— die-cut license plates. Nice lateral thinking, Canada.

dynamoe:

To entice people to move to the arctic— die-cut license plates. Nice lateral thinking, Canada.

You’ve been warned.

(via steg)

thehipperelement:

One word you’ll hear often in UX design is: intuitive. You may have a sense of what it means, but if you had to explain it, would you use the word “simple” in your explanation? If so, keep reading.


This article is about the true meaning of “intuitive” because it’s an important idea for you…

I tend to avoid this part of town.

(via tomorrowcalling)

nemfrog:

Saturn floats. Our Country and Its Resources. 1917.

"Saturn, the lightest of the planets in proportion to its size, would float in water (if there were an ocean big enough to hold it!)"

(via scientificillustration)

ukdb:

People, it’s coming!

Will be checking YouTube on the 23rd.

haaretz:

Berlin gears up for mass ‘No more Jew-hatred’ rally

German Chancellor Angela Merkel expected to join the demonstration and denounce anti-Semitic attacks in address.

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Because nothing says “we love Jews” more than a mass rally in Berlin?